Monday, July 18, 2011

ISKCON Bangalore counter attack

Caught the sensational conversation between Varada Krishna Dasa and Balaji Subhash to defame and falsely blackmail ISKCON Bangalore, telecasted live on a news channel.


On April 26, 2011: Times of India reported that with the ample knowledge he had about computers and electronic items, Balaji Subhash, 26, could have been a brilliant software engineer. Instead, he chose to blackmail a few office-bearers of International Society for Krishna Consciousness (Iskcon) by tampering with some video footage and demanding money. Iskcon officials filed a police complaint. Balaji and his associate Naveen Subramani alias Subramani, 20, were arrested on Sunday. Now, they are cooling their heels in jail. Police have recovered Rs 3 lakh, spy cameras, laptop, pen drive and a Bluetooth from the duo. Both are residents of NTI Layout, Vidyaranyapura, and working for private companies.

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last comment on youtube on madhu pandit dasa video "hare krishna, madhu pandit's team is full of frauds doing money laundering and hawala. Misusing 35 AC and 80 G. Wanna know more wait for couple of days. balajisubhash 3 months ago 

Balaji Subhash previous case:-
SEZ company's chief MD accused of cheating
He allegedly withdrew Rs 4.85 crore from the company without intimating the members
A Chief MD of a Special Economic Zone company which has been accused of getting 100 acres of land sanctioned illegally, has now been accused of cheating an investor of Rs 5 crore. Ravishankar B Bhooplapur, a New York-based cardiac surgeon has filed a cheating complaint against Giri Devanur and his wife Archana Devnur, who is also one of the directors, for withdrawing Rs 4.85 crore from the company without intimating the members.
The company under the banner, Gandhi City for Advanced Research and Development Ltd, was incorporated in March 2006. The company got an approval for setting up R&D, bagged 1,000 acres with an investment of Rs 2,650 crore. The company got the approval in just 18 days from the date of inception during the BJP-JD(S) government.

ShelvedHowever, the project was shelved after opposition party leader H K Patil published a book on illegal land dealings and raised an objection, urging the government to withdraw the approval.
Balaji MS alias Balaji Subhash, a controversial lobbyist,  whose name has been involved in Madhu Koda's  money laundering scam of Rs 4,000 crore was instrumental in getting the approval.
After the allegation, Subhash reportedly moved out from Gandhi City, while Devnur and Archana raised $2.5 million (approximately Rs 10.5 crore) from Bhooplapur as investment.
An amount of Rs 5 crore had been deposited with Karnataka Industrial Area Development Board (KIADB) for land acquisition, but with the government's decision to withdraw approval, Devnur informed investors that he would return the money as soon as he got the deposit back from KIADB. When KIADB returned the deposit in favour of Gandhi City Ltd, on August 28, 2010, Giri and Archana withdrew Rs 4.84 crore the next day.
The investors filed a criminal case under Sections 420, 468, 471 of IPC in December. Archana and Giri moved the court seeking bail. Archana managed to secure bail.
Giri's bail was rejected, following which he got a stay from the high court on the investigations. "We are waiting for the stay order period to get over. We can't do anything until then," said an investigating officer.

Part of the business
When Our reporter contacted Giri, he said that was all part of the business and he couldn't be held responsible. Devanur said that the case does not make sense.
"He had invested money in the company and has been issued shares accordingly. Since the company did not get the sanctioned land, it has decided to invest with other company with a tie-up.
Since the company incurred loss, it appointed a liquidator for further process. He could have approached the Company Board of Law if he wanted to get his problem redressed," he said. Giri added that registering a complaint itself is not valid when the company is under liquidation.
Subhash said that he has no faith in both the project and people in it. "I have no relationship with the company. The government should do a proper background check before such approvals."

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